Pillows are not a one-size-fits-all product. Depending on your sleeping position and preferred level of firmness, the type of pillow that helps you get your best rest may not be the same as someone else’s choice. Finding a pillow that doesn’t aggravate your skin or allergies, helps keep you cool and lasts for many nights of sleep can also be difficult. That’s why when we rest our head for the night, we do it on top of a down pillow.
Made with a natural fill, many down pillows are hypoallergenic and gentle on skin. This natural filling also allows for air to flow through the pillow, which keeps it, and in turn, you, cool while sleeping. Down pillows are designed to contour to the user’s head and neck, providing a comfortable and supportive base for sleeping.
Down pillows can be on the pricey side of bedding, but their benefits make them a worthwhile investment. Plus, if users keep their down pillows covered with a pillow protector and pillowcase, a down pillow can last for years.
Get a great night’s sleep with the help of one of these ultra-comfortable down pillows.
1. COZSINOOR Hotel Collection Pillows
Sleep well without worrying about harmful chemicals by resting your head on the COZSINOOR Hotel Collection Pillows. The two pillows are filled with a non-toxic down alternative fiberfill that feels like real goose filling and is safe for sensitive skin. The hypoallergenic pillows are encased in organic cotton that is soft to the touch. The double-edge sewing design and high thread count cotton, which acts as a pseudo pillow protector, helps extend the longevity of the pillow. The sateen cover also provides a cool and breathable finish that wicks away moisture. The Cozsinoor provides support for the head and neck by naturally contouring to your body.
Pros: Organic cotton cover, breathable and cool, feels like real goose filling.
Cons: The pillows are quite thick and soft and may not work for users who want firm support.
2. Puredown Natural Goose Down Feather Pillows
Get a comfortable set of pillows at a price that will help you sleep at night with the Puredown Natural Goose Down Feather. The set of two pillows features a filling comprised of 95 percent grey goose feather and five percent grey goose down, providing a medium level of support. The hypoallergenic pillow is encased in 100 percent cotton with a double layer of fabric to protect against the possibility of feathers breaking through the pillow. The lightweight pillows are available in four sizes, including the Standard Queen that is shown here.
Pros: Hypoallergenic, 100 percent goose filling, medium support level.
Cons: Customers may have to re-fluff the pillows frequently in the dryer.
3. JA COMFORTS Duck Feather and Down Bed Pillows
Rest easy on the JA COMFORTS Duck Feather and Down Bed Pillows, which is filled with 37 ounces of natural goose feathers. Comprised of 95 percent grey duck feathers and five percent grey duck down, the pillows are encased in 100 percent cotton. The natural makeup of the pillow provides a moisture-wicking, breathable finish. Four layers of fabric, including two layers of polyester and two outer layers of cotton, help to protect the user’s skin. The pillow can be regularly cleaned by placing it in the sun for three hours at a time.
Pros: Affordable, moisture-wicking, easy to clean naturally.
Cons: The pillows require frequent re-fluffing.
4. Continental Bedding 100% Premium White Goose Down Luxury Pillow
Get the pillow that is right for you with the Continental Bedding 100% Premium White Goose Down Luxury Pillow. Available in Standard, Queen and King size with the option for soft or firm, customers can choose the exact pillow they want for their preferred sleeping style. The Queen model shown here works for side, back and stomach sleepers. A 100 percent Egyptian cotton cover with a 400 thread count encases a 26-ounce white goose down with 550 fill power that provides a fluffy but firm support. Made in the US, the pillow is RDS-certified and does not trap dust or allergens.
Pros: White goose down fill, available in soft or firm, encased in Egyptian cotton.
Cons: The Continental has a high price point.